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Ardmore, Monday, March 31, 1913
THfc DAILY ARDMlrtEITE
By Mary Gwynn Whiteman - Telephone 142
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It TODAY'S CALENDAR. It
:: Luncheon at Mrs. W. A. Ed- tt
'4 l'loasant Hour Club with tX
It Mrs. Lea Kearney,
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tt Afternoon Tea at Mrs. Rob tt
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Listen! What a sudden rustle
Fills the air!
All the birds are in a bustle
Such a ceaseless croon and twitte'
Suck a flash of wings that glitter
Far away I hear a drumming
"Tap, tap. tap!"
Can the woodpecker be coming
What does all this haste and hurry
Mean, 1 pray?
Ail this outdoor flus-.h and flurry
Peen today? ,
This presaging stir and humming,
Thrill and call?
Mean? It means that spring is com
ing, Thai Is all!
First Ward Mothers' Club.
The First Ward Mothers' Club
will meet on Thursday afternoon at
the school building.
Mrs. J. W. Newcomb will be leader
on the lesson topic, "The physical
condition of the child In school."
The discussion will be led by Mrs.
Mrs. Rleakmore w ill be present and
read a paper on "The value of a
A splendid musical program will
be given .
For Misses Simpson and Lowdcn.
Mesdames Itertha Whiteman and
John Nichols entertained the young
ladies on Saturday afternoon in honor
of Misses Simpson and Lowden, two
Score cards were decorated with a
Miss Fraloy made high score anJ
reeclved a bouquet of carnations.
Iioth honorees were given pretty
pictures, framed for hanging.
After the games an ice course was
served Misses Nivoche, Blank, Bogie,
Jantway, Crittenden, Hopson, Hall,
Cruce, Stephens, Mary and Marjorio
Williams, Noble, Moore, Dickson, von
Keller, Fraley, Fish .Morgan, Alexan
der, Ward, Thurlow Ward, Hill of
Muskogee, Sprekelmeyer, Hoard, Lit
tler, McNeese, Simpson, Lee, Jennie
IS. and Kuby Dyer of Oklahoma City,
Emellne Lowden, Elizabeth Simpson,
C.eorgia Simpson, Eloise Potterf,
Mesdames Marie Hogie, Earl Kennard
Breast, Sykes, Dulson, Rhea, White
man, C. P. Whiteman and Simpson.
Pleasant Hour Club.
The Pleasant Hour Club will meet
on Thursday of this week instead of
Friday with Mrs. Henry Sutherland.
Mrs. Delia Long Unable to Stand
On Her Feet More Than a Few
Minutes at a Time.
Pendergrass, Ga. Mrs. Delia Long,
Of this place, In a recent letter, says:
"For five or six years, I suffered agon
ies with womanly troubles.
Often, I couldn't sit up more than a
few minutes at a time, and If I stood
on my feet long, I would faint.
I took Cardul, and it helped me Im
mediately. Now, I can do my work all
the time, and don't suffer like I did."
Take Cardul when you feel 111 In any
vay weak, tired, miserable, or under
the weather. Cardul U a strength
building tonic medicine for women.
It has been found to relieve pain and
distress caused by womanly troubles,
and Is an excellent medicine to have on
band at all times.
Cardul acts on the womanly consti
tution, building up womanly strength,
toning up the nerves, and regulating
the womanly organs.
Its half century of success Is due to
merit It has done good to thousand!
Will you try it? It may be just what
you need. Ask your druggist about
Cardul. He will recommend it
N. t.-WriHtti! Uilfs' Advisory Drt..ai'
ooci Mdlcln Co.. Ch.tfnoot. J- Spvtl
Jnttrwtiom, r4 64-rr "om TruHM
lor Woom," mm la plain vrappv, on reqiMtt.
Five Hundred Club.
The Five Hundred Club played
this afternoon with Mrs. Leslie Kear
The Orio Club meets on Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Ramsey.
For Mrs. Lester.
Mrs. N. C. Wood has invited a few
musical friends to spend Tuesday
evening with lier in honor of Mr3
Mrs. W. A. Edwards entertained a
few friends with a luncheon today
in honor of Mrs. Richard Lester.
Mrs. Maggie W. Barry was tlw
guest of Mrs. Arthur Straehley on
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. L. J. Terrell has returned
from a pleat-ant visit in Pauls Valley.
WOMEN HAVE BEEN TELLING
for more than thirty years how Lylia
E. I'inMiam's Vegetable Compound
has cured them Trom the very worst
forms of female ills. This accounts
for the enormous demand for it from
Coast, to Coast. If you suffer from
any form of female ills, why don't you
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound? It will pay you to do so.
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Compulsory school bathing is enforc
ed in the GeTinan cities of Gotha and
lleilbrcnn. In Gotha children who
cannot afford bathing suits are sup
plied with them by the school.
Fourteen hundred boys and girls
enrolled in the public industrial art
school of Philadelphia, study drawing
designing, modeling, and carving for
two hours every day.
Students of the New York State
Library school are compelled to spend
one month in practice work in any
library fTiey select in the United
Over 90 per cent of the high
schools in the United States have li
foitories, atiVwding to figures com
piled by E. D. Greenman of the Uni
ted States Bureau of Education.
The "school republic" or "school
city" has been introduced into the
Alaskan native schools by order of
the United States commissioner of
education, for the purpose of pre
paring the natives for citizenship.
An exposition known as the "Adria
Exposition" will be held at Vienna
during the present year under the
auspices of the Austrian government
and the city of Vienna. It will be
devoted to exhibits showing the civ
ilization, history and scenic beauty of
A list of accredited high schools
of the south is to be made out by the
ussociation of colleges and second
ary schools of the southern states
in order to stimulate the high schools
to maintain high standards. It Is
.intended that the "southern) list"
shall be an honor list for the entire
Seventeen hundred children in Day
ton, Ohio, tilled backyaTd gardens,
each 10 by 25 feet, last year, under
the supervision of the Dayton Tarks
and Playgrounds association, and not
only provided fresh vegetables for
home use, but in many cases sold the
produce for enough to buy textbooks
and other school supplies.
In a recent comparison between pu.
pils in a closed-window schoolroom
and those in an open-window room in
Philadelphia, it was found that the
open-window class surpassed the oth
ers in almost every test. The tem
perature of the close' schoolroom
averaged CS degrees, while for the
open-window room it was 47 degrees.
ORDER YOUR GROCERIES FROM
CLAUDE STUB3LEFIELD, SUCCES
SOR TO J. A. CLARK, 115 E. MAIN
ST., PHCNE 633. 31-2
Do you know that mors real dan
ger lurks in a common cold than
In any other of the minor ailments?
The safe way is to take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, a thoroughly
reliable preparation, and rid yourself
of the cold as quickly as possible.
This remedy is for sale by all deal
ers. Six of the Tiest union barters and
you are always "next" at Ton Rob
Notice of Sal.
Notice Is hereby given, Uiat In pur
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the district court of Carter county.
Oklahoma, on the 3rd day of March,
I 1913, In an action wherein Lee Pool
! was plaintiff and W. J. Bledsoe, Joo
Bledsoe, Jr., Lorena Bledsoe and
Rhonda Bledsoe were defendants, di
rected to me, the undersigned sheriff
of Carter county, commanding me to
levy upon and sell the following de
Lot Four (4) In Block 367 in the
city of Ardmore, Oklahoma, according
to the official plat and survey there
of, approved by the secretary of the
interior of the United States, to satis
fy a Judgment and decree of fore
closure In favor Of said plaintiff and
against said defendants obtained and
made in said court on the 19th daj
of February, 1913 for the sum of $517.
77 and costs, $16.35, with interest
thereon at 8 per cent from the 14th
day of December, 1912, and costs ac
cruing, I will on the 8th day of April,
1913 at the hour of two p. m., of said
flay, at the front door of the court
house in the city of Ardmore hi sal
county and state, offer for sale and
sell to -the highest bidder for cash,
the said property above described, or
bo much thereof as will satisfy said
judgment, with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this the 5th day
if March, 1913.
Sheriff of Carter County, Okla.
By BILL POWERS,
SENATORS ARE HAVING INTRI
CATE AND VOLUMINOUS WORK
ON PATRONAGE QUESTION.
Seldom have the representatives in
congress of any state, at any time,
had to deal with more intricate or
more voluminous questions of patron
age than now confront the senators
and congressmen from Oklahoma, ac
cording to Hubert L. Bolen, attorney.
member of the legislature from Ok
lahoma City and chairman of the
democratic state committee. Mr. Bo
len returned Saturday from a visit
of ten days in 'Washington, where ha
was called In conference on matters
pertaining to Oklahoma patronage.
Despite the large number of ap
plicants for federal appointment, Mr.
Holen is convinced that the state
will be awarded her share of patron
age. In discussing the situation, ho
"The Oklahoma delegation has
been working hard for the past four
weeks, carefully going over the in
dorsenients of the numerous appli
cants for positioi.s, both within tho
state and in the departments at
Washington. The senators and rep
resentatives frequently have been in
session, after having severally con
sidered the different applications ad
dressed to them. Unfortunately, the
HEAL IT WITH
THE ONLY CENUINE
KEEPS FLESH IN TONE
FROM SKIN TO DONE.
IlealB Everything Ilealablo. Burns,
Boils, Sores, Ulcers, Tiles, Eczema,
Cuts, Corns, Wounds and Bruises.
SATISFIES, OR MONEY BACK.
25c AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
OWEN AND GORE
ARE WORKING HARD
Are Big Hand Hour and good
bread. If you employ the first
you are always sure of the sec
ond. They go together, even
when accompanied by only
moderate baking skill. Order
a sack of Big Hand flourfrom
your grocer. Dont mix it
with other flours. Give the
Big Hand a chance to show
what it can do by itself
Okluhonuuis who applied for offico In
most cases have aspired to position
paying not less than $4,00i) or 5,Oi.O
and some ate not willing to accept
positions with salaries lens than $10,
000 to ?l.'..0.it). Positions In this class
are very fi w. Most of these places
require unusual qualifications, fre
quently i f a technical nature. It Is
the unvarying policy of the president
and all of the heads of departments
to adhere Mrietly to this rule.
Several Oklahomans havo secured
positions with salaries of less than
?3,000. Quite a number from Okla
homa hno none to Washington sincei
tho inauguration seeking appoint
ments which they found were under
civil service regulations. All of these
as well as many others who had pre
viously inquired as to tho extent of
tho civil service, brought indorse
ments for positions in one depart
ment which could not be used in any
other department. Naturally, many
applicants arrived In Washington too
late to have their applications con
sidered for other places for the rea
son that the ositions they desired
either had been filled already or
pledged by the department beads to
"1 was present at a conference with
Senators Core and Owen last Mond;:v
afternoon. Itoth are convinced that
Oklahoma eventually will secure tli
patronaiM' to which- the state is en
titled as soon as vacancies occur.
"The fact that the Oklahoma dele
gation now has tinder consideration
applications for about twenty-five
times as many places as the stato
could reasonably expect, will give
some idea of the tremendous nniount
of work the icnators and congressim n
have before them. It especially
pleasing to note that the Oklahoma
delegation 1ms been and still is labor
ing strenuously to secure everythi-.j
possible for Oklahoma." Okluliomnn.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Ail subscribers of the Daily Ard
moreke are requested to secure their
papers promptly from yards when
carilers blow their whistles, as re
ports of the theft of papers are be
ing received daily. If patrons will
get the papers Immediately, delivery
of the paper can be greatly Improved.
JOHN O. SPREKELMEYER,
This lq the season of the vear when
mothers feel very much concerned
over the frequent colds contracted
by their children, and have abundant
rpnsnn for it as evorv cold weakens
the lungs, lowers the vitality and
naves the wav for the more serious
diseases that so often follow. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is famous
for its cures, and is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by all dealers
Surprise for Mother.
A Chicago school teacher tells wltl
great gusto of the shrewd little "col
ored brother" who once arrived ai
school provided with a most unusua
excuse for tardiness. "I couldn't heli
beln' late, please, teacher," he bubbled
shrilly. "Somepln happened to ub las
night. My maw, she went ter bed wit
a headache, and when she wakes uj
dis mornin', dere's two llttlo quint
(twins) one on each side ob her, anc
she don' know nuffln'bout 'em teP.
she wake up. An' my maw, she sc
gprised, she calnt get up ter get mr
ready for school!"
Think Before You Speak.
if thou thlnkost twice before thou
speakest once thou wilt s'peak twice
the better for It. Hotter say nothing
than not to the purpose. And, U
speak pertinentliy, consider both what
Is fit and when It Is fit t( .speak. In
all debates let truth be thy aim, not
victory, or an unjust interest; and en
deavor to gain rather than to exposr
thy antagonist. William Penn.
Third Trial for Darrow.
J.os Angeles, March 31. Clarence
S. Darrow, who was counsel for the
Mc.Vuiiiaras, is scheduled to go o:i
trial here today for a third time for
alleged jury bribing.
Darrow was acquitted on one charge
and the jury disagreed in his trial
on a second indictment. iSubpoenas
have been issued and Darrow has
prepared his defense.
He will be represented by Judge
O. II. Powers and possibly Earl Hodij-
Progress in Culebra Cut.
.Washington, March 31. Word is
expected here today or tomorrow
telling of the completion of the exca
vating work in Culebra cut In the
ranama Canal. The Culebra cut wts
i't.ll per cent completed at tho close
of 1912, and only 5,2.11,000 cubic
jards of earth and stone remained to
be removd from this section of the
canal, more than ?S,4!t2,ft0O cubic
aids having been already removeJ.
The death rate in the Canal Zono
rom disease in 1912 was 3.71 a
l.ousand among the white employes,
and o.ob among me oiacus, bcki
average of a.13, as compared with
f,..;S in 1911, and 7.94 in 1910.
The quickest and best barber ser
vice at Tom Roberts' hop.
The patrons of our fust class hotels anJ restaurants arc exact
ing they demand the best. Women go where the pastry and cakes
are noted for their excellence. Men arc attracted by hot bread and
biscuits when fresh and moist and light.
The pastry cook with a reputation uses K C B iking Powder
because he knows that results are certain; every time everything
is as good as his best.
Then, too, with K C Baking Powder he can mix lac various
kinds of batter before the rush of the meal begins and bake as
needed so that every order goes to t lie table fresh and hot, yet the
last he bakes are just as good as the first.
The reasons behind these reasons is that K C Is
really a blend of two baking powders. One commences
to give off leavening gas as soon as moistened. '1T.2
other requires both moisture and heat t ) make it
active. Dough or batter will remain in a partially
leavened condition for hours, and when put i.i the oven,
will conic up as light as if mixed a moment before.
For cookies, pancakes, doughnuts and the like,
which cannot all be baked at once, K C is indispensa
ble. For all baking the double raise makes doubly certain.
Follow the example of the prohnxional
cook and your
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It POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. U
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President Wilson is expected to
call a conference of the governors of
states soon to seek their assistance
in a national crusade on vice.
It is said that the negroes of the
country have more faith in Secretary
of State ltryau than in any other
member of the cabinet. He is being
besieged by politicians of the race
seeking appointments to foreign posts
usually assigned to colored men.
Davhl Starr Jordan, president of
Stanford university has been grantoj
a leave of absence to go to Europe
to wprk for world peace. Dr. Jordan
will visit tlie Haikan states and view
the results of Hie war.
('lull women of Chicago are seek
ing to have President Wilson appoint
a commission composed entirely of
women to consider why that sex
bring three-fourths of the divorces
filed in the United States. The com
mission is to give Its purely feminine
Jew o f tho divorce question and
make a report by January 1, 1915.
Vhe President Marshall is to be in
great demand as a public speaker dur
ing his term of office, judging from
the number of Invitations that have
already been sent to l.im to make
ad'.lresses in various parts of the
country. Most of the invitations are
from religions bodies. Mr. Marshall
Is intensely interested in the work
of the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation. 'Willis I.. Moore, who has sent out
the weather predictions for so many
years as chief of the weather bureau,
Inte nds becoming a farmer after July
STOP ANNOYING PEOPLE BY COUGHING,
STOP ATTRACTING UNDESIRABLE ATTENTION.
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baking will be equal to Ait.
31, when his resignation goes into
effect. Mr. Moore is said to be a
victim of his friends' devotion. Pres
ident Wilson was displeased because
of the activity of employes and of
ficials under Professor Moore In pro
moting his candidacy for the offico
of secretary of agriculture.
Howard A. Hanks, of Hickory, N.
C, who lias been made private sec
retary to Secretary of the Navy Dan
iels, is well known throughout the
country as the editor of "The llickry
Democrat." For eleven years Mr.
Hanks was connected with "Tho
Charlotte Observer," Secretary Dan
Secretary Danie!s has announced
that he had In mind his publicity cam
paign for the navy department when
he selected Mr. Hanks, who had sev
eral years' experience in Washington
as a correspondent before going
south. Mr. Banks was graduated
from Davidson college in 1S88, and
took one-year post graduate courso
at the university of North Carolina.
It is expected he will assume his du
ties as secretary to Mr. Daniels with
in a few days. -
Tho New York legislature is con
sidering a bill to pension widows with
To live content with small means,
to seek elegance rather than luxury,
and refinement rather than fashion;
to bo worthy, no' respectable, and
wealthy, not rich; fit Btudy hard, think
quickly, talk gently, act frankly; to
listen to stars and birds, to babes and
songs, with open heart; to bear all
cheerfully, do all bravely, await oc
casions, hurry never in a word, to
let the spiritual, unbidden and uncon
scious grow up through the common
thls. Is to be my symphony. Chan-ning.
Pure and Pleasant Dr. King's New Dis
covery Drives Away Cough and Cold.
Makes You Feel Fine.
You know how very embarrassing
it is to constantly cough at parties,
in church and other public places.
Besides suffering the distress of
coughing, you regret the annoyance
to those with whom you are brought
in contact, and decide not to go out
again while your cold lasts, causing
yourself much inconvenience.
"Every winter," writes Mrs. JL 0. Cross,
Granbury, Texas, ''I suffered with severe
coughs and" colJs, but since using Dr. King's
Xcw Discovery, I have not been bothered or
annoyed with cither for over two years."
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery. He will
refund your money if not satisfied.
RINGER DRUQ CO.